Since 1999, a week has been set aside during March of each year to recognise, celebrate and thank Foster and Kinship Carers for their contribution to the lives of the children and young people in their care.
The Queensland Child Protection Commission of Inquiry has raised a number of issues which relate to domestic and family violence and how best to respond to the issues for children, young people and families at the nexus with the child protection system.
Given the complexities of child abuse and domestic and family violence for society as a whole, the prevalence of these issues in our communities and the need for holistic and integrated responses, practitioners in non-government organisations require the support and resources necessary to navigate this complex area of practice.
PeakCare has begun a project focusing on the interface between child protection and domestic and family violence.
by PeakCare Qld
on 27th November 2013
Due to the very high number of early registrations for the Symposium on the intersection of child protection and domestic and family violence to be jointly hosted by PeakCare and Griffith University on 12th December, registrations have now closed.
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by PeakCare QLd
on 12th November 2013
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by PeakCare Qld
on 30th October 2013
PeakCare thanks our sponsors and supporters for their generous contributions to the pool of prizes to be won at our forthcoming ‘Together We Make a Difference’ function to be held on 15 November following our Annual General Meeting.
Please support these companies who are supporting the work of PeakCare and our member agencies!
PeakCare, in partnership with Griffith University, is holding a symposium on the intersection between child protection and domestic and family violence at Southbank Campus, Griffith University, from 9.30 until 12.30 on Thursday 12 December.